Eileen Kelly is a 20-year-old blogger who has made a career out of Instagram. She's got 214,000 followers but was recently the subject of a 'twisted' and 'hyper' sexist New York Post article. It was titled: 'I fuel fantasies of men who want sex with young girls, and I'm fine with it.'

Kelly is hitting back on her blog, "Killer and a Sweet Thang,' and hopes to set the record straight about her force portrayal in the article.

She wrote about how there's a culture of shaming young and provocative women in confusion of their fearless artistic expression.

“I recently did an interview with the New York Post … The title of the article is ‘I fuel fantasies of men who want sex with young girls, and I’m fine with it’. Hold up… Excuse me?? When did I ever say I’m fine with that?”

Kelly's career as an Instagrammer boomed when she landed a modeling gig with FIles.

Her work has also made fans of VS model Taylor Hill and Lorde.

The article basically highlights the negative facets of Kelly's work on Instagram, and how her sexually suggestive photos encourage and set up younger girls for porn and pedophiles.

Kelly strongly disagrees and says on her blog:

“The truth is, is that Dana is a middle aged woman who is writing click bait articles about someone she should be setting an example for … I think that the writer completely butchered this article and used it to try to degrade me for being a young woman expressing herself on social media.

“This article was hyper sexist. Yes I take photos of my body. Yes! Some of those photos are provocative. You think I don’t know that?”

She says that shaming has gone too far and that she hopes to reset her image as a provocative artist free from the fear of expressing herself.

“Being a role model to young girls HAS NOTHING to do with being perfect or portraying that image. In fact, it’s quite the opposite.”

What do you think?